SUGAR Set The Tone Tinted Powder Review, Swatches: Hi people, I am back with another review and Today I am reviewing a loose powder from Sugar Cosmetics named as Sugar Set The Tone Tinted Powder. I am fan of Sugar makeup products as I always say on my Sugar Cosmetic posts.
I have recently shopped some product’s from them and I am actually enjoying using them all and this tinted powder is one of them. If you want to know more about this Set The Tone Tinted Powder from Sugar please keep reading my review below.
About Sugar Set The Tone Tinted Powder
Slay every look with perfect ease cos’ SUGAR Set The Tone Tinted Powder makes its way into the SUGAR beauty clan. It is a finely-milled multipurpose powder that lets you mattify, highlight and bake makeup in style to lend a natural, luminous matte finish. Curated for all skin tones, it blurs the appearance of pores, fine lines and absorbs excess oil. Long-lasting and paraben-free, this tinted setting powder is extremely light and blends seamlessly into the skin whilst ensuring melt-proof makeup. It is available in 5 shades and visibly highlights the skin.
- Crafted to hold or set the makeup in place for longer wear and suits different skin tones
- The oil-controlling formula makes baking easy, reduces unwanted shine and gives a radiant glow to the face
- Lends your skin a soft-focus and a lightweight finish that doesn’t feel cakey
- This product is dermatologically tested, approved and 100% safe for your skin.
How To Use SUGAR Set The Tone Tinted Powder
Prep your face with a little primer or moisturizer. Apply concealer and foundation if required. Tap the container’s base to release tinted powder. Use the puff to dab a little product or swirl a brush into the powder for smooth application. Gently blow off the excess and dust over the face for a natural matte finish.
Ingredients in SUGAR Set The Tone Tinted Powder
Mica, Talc, Nylon-12, Boron Nitride, Bismuth Oxychloride, Diisostearyl Malate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Phenoxyethanol.May contain: Iron Oxide (CI 77491), Iron Oxide (CI 77492), Titanium Dioxide(CI 77891), Iron Oxide (CI 77499), FD&C RED No.40 AL LAKE (CI 16035)
Price of SUGAR Set The Tone Tinted Powder
₹699.00 for 15 g
In Detail SUGAR Set The Tone Tinted Powder Review, Swatches and My Experience
Sugar Loose powder comes packed in its classic graphic print square cardboard box which has all the important information regarding the powder printed all over the box. The actual powder is in a square tub which has the brand name and range name printed on it. The packaging of this reminds me of the Huda Beauty Easy Bake Powder and Fit me loose powder from Maybelline.
It has a black twist open cap which closes tightly which ensures that we can carry the powder easily with us while travelling. It has a black color good quality puff provided which makes it convenient for travelling as well without carrying any seperate applicator.
A lot of loose powder’s main problem is when you open its lid and the powder spread everywhere and it becomes so messy. But the packaging of this is so convenient that does not make the container messy and that also prevents from wastage of lots of product. I really loved this packaging it’s sturdy, stiff and once I dropped it hard and it didn’t broke which is a plus point.
These powders are available in 5 shades and I got the shade named Chococcino. The shade is one tone darker for my skin (MAC NC 42) and I can’t actually bake my undereye area with it. I need 1 tone lighter shade for baking. But I use it to set my base and it does not look odd or darker with full face of makeup.
The powder is very fine and smooth in texture. When I touched it I felt the powder is very silky and finely milled. It glides on my face so seamlessly and does not look patchy. I love to set my under eye area with loose powders I take a good amount of the powder with the puff provided in it and just press it under my eye and on my eyelids and don’t drag or rub it.
It really helps to even out skin and also provides a matte finish but it’s not extremely mattifying and hence all skin type girls can use this powder. I have applied it with both powder and beauty blender but if you want little coverage from this then apply it with a damp beauty blender for just setting my base I use it with my Real Techniques Buffing Brush.
The product does not clings into dry patches or open pores even if you layer it, the powder is very lightweight and actually don’t feel cakey as said by the brand. My skin is very oily and I have to set my base always with a powder to get rid of oily-ness and this actually helps in keeping my face oil free for longer period of time especially my t zone.
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Pros Of Sugar Cosmetics Set The Tone Tinted Powder
- Nice Packaging.
- Avialable in 5 shades.
- Comes with an seperate applicator.
- Very smooth and silky in texture.
- Finely milled.
- Even out skintone
- Provide Light coverage if applied with a damp beauty blender.
- Can be used by all skin type girls.
- Spreads easily.
- Long Lasting
Cons Of Sugar Cosmetics Set The Tone Tinted Powder
I recommend this product to all makeup lovers Just go and grab it. It is a must have in your vanity table. A good quality product that lives up to all its claims and always look for an offer going on their app go get that steal deal on this.